Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation to provide money for Detroit’s bankruptcy.
More than 300,000 Michigan residents have enrolled in the state’s expanded Medicaid program since it launched 11 weeks ago.
The Michigan Department of Transportation will soon commission a study to see if a passenger train route from Holland to Detroit is viable.
The cremated remains of 59 people that have sat unclaimed for years will be given a final resting place at a Detroit-area cemetery.
Two people were hospitalized after a man reportedly fell asleep at the wheel and hit another vehicle.
The smell of death will soon be in the air at Michigan State University with the blooming of the corpse flower.
A man who worked at a Newaygo Wendy’s restaurant is facing charges after investigators say he lied about being robbed.
The state says Michigan’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose slightly in the latest month to 7.5 percent.
House members grilled GM’s CEO about the actions she’s taken since the company admitted that it failed to act on a deadly safety issue.
Power to thousands of homes and businesses was knocked out Wednesday when a second round of storms rolled through West Michigan.
A mother accused of helping her son after he shot Michigan State Police Trooper Paul Butterfield was sentenced Tuesday.
State residents will be getting $4.6 million as part of a national settlement of improper mortgage complaints against SunTrust Mortgage.
Michigan authorities say a man tried to throw a football loaded with drugs and cellphones into the yard of a state prison.
Proposal 1 would get rid of Michigan’s personal property tax, which business owners have complained about for years.
A federal appeals court has scheduled oral arguments in gay marriage fights in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee.
A Canadian kayaker was arrested after telling authorities he landed on the Detroit shore because he was looking for a place to urinate.